January 2019 - ParkSEIS© (v. 3.0) 1-week license is provided for demo at fee. Please read 'DEMO Policy' below.
As of September 2017, a new version (v. 3.0) of ParkSEIS is available. The most significant feature of this version is the "AUTO" module which provides a fully automated default sequence of MASW data analysis. This new version is also available without AUTO feature. This now provides following options for both purchase and lease:
- Version 2.0 (discontinued as of January 2019)
- Version 3.0 (released on September 2017)
- AUTO (version 3.0 with AUTO function...released on September 2017)
- AUTO Lite (version 3.0 with limited AUTO function...released on September 2017)
Contact us for pricing information. Upgrade from version 2.0 is also available.
Announcements for Earlier Versions
Since version 1.01 was released a year ago, the functionality and user friendliness of ParkSEIS© have been greatly improved mostly due to extensive in-house operations, but also from suggestions and reports from previous users. Most bugs found were minor, but a few of them were critical. All bugs we found have been fixed. Updates, additions, and modifications incorporated into the current version (v. 2.0) are explained here. There are many other updates, upgrades, and bug fixes incorporated in this version that will be self explanatory during software use.
Version 1.01 (October 1st, 2015)
After six months of beta-testing, the release version of ParkSEIS (v. 1.01) is now available as of October 1st, 2015.
Many early users of ParkSEIS participated in the beta-testing program which was aimed at crowd-sourcing bug-fixes and enhancing the overall user experience. Participants evaluated the software in the context of their own specific uses, which varied widely. Some of them were beginners new to the MASW method while others have been routinely practicing the method by using their own tool(s) previously procured. Among them were several users who actively participated for a prolonged time by sending carefully prepared bug reports and suggestions for possible improvements along various dimensions. Their contributions greatly improved the overall user friendliness, integrity, and functionality of the software. Some of the reported bugs were minor, and some were critical. Additions and modifications made based on the participants' feedback are explained in the user guide included in the release version.
All participants seemed to suggest that ParkSEIS is a very powerful tool with many advanced modules currently not easily available from any other sources. They also commented that ParkSEIS has very intuitive and friendly user interfaces that enable the first-time users to quickly master major processing steps.
Contributions from all beta-testing participants are greatly appreciated.